i think it degrades the meaning of hunting so that people feel they have to be ashamed of little deer
but we as hunters need to stray away from that and truly look at hunting and what it means to us not the amount of head gear a deer has on his head
[/align][font=arial]I think it is NOT a bad question. And by no means am I reducing it down to a collection of antlers or meat. This is my opinion and I'm sure there will be many that do not agree. I believe when we hunt, we take what the woods have to offer. I feel that the dollar and technology has robbed the element of surprise out of hunting for some of yall. I believe that actual hunting is becoming a lost art and is being replaced with farming for wildlife. What proof do I have??? Look at the hunting videos, tv shows, etc.. The majority of these shows remind me of reality TV. It's a joke!! There are game cameras that now send pics of the animal to your PC or phone instantly, once the pic is taken. See what is passing by your feeder, plot, stand without ever leaving the comforts of home. It reminds me of a story a couple years ago about somebody killing a deer via computer. What is the difference between the two, other than a dead animal? There are new hunters coming into our ranks daily. And some of them think that getting ready for deerseason is planting plots, building shooting house, and buying corn for feeders. The focus has been lost. Yes it is a good question. I believe there needs to be a gut check. Hunting should not involve how to grow big bucks via feed, plots, minerals. Let Mother nature take care of that. I could go on and on, but I'll restrain. Think about it. There is a difference of being a good steward and doing what you can for wildlife and cattle ranching. [/font]
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Shouldn't we leave some of the responabilty on mother nature and time.
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